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    Quote Originally Posted by catcher24 View Post
    Yeah, that did it Dan - but I didn't need to check both boxes. The boxes you're talking about are for multi-team players. For some strange reason, when I check the box to just show the combined records there are several guys that don't show up. When I check the box to show team specific records, they appear (even if the option to show combined record is unchecked). It seems like it would be just the opposite, and again I surmise that it has something to do with how the multi team players were entered in the home brew seasons.

    This would be because while I was fixing the problem, rather than create a combined player profile I edited one of the team specific files and deleted the other. Unfortunately I negleted to change the status of the file from 'traded' to 'cumulative'. so the database still recognizes them as being team specific.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmadachik View Post
    we made exceptions for 1901-1903 due to the smaller player pool. So you are indeed right joel but you are also crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by leecemark View Post
    --I was feeling pretty good about the Dragons this season. We've got 7 above average pitchers with a couple stars and above average players at every position with a couple stars - and even an okay bench. Then I took a look at the competition and the Kumquats look significantly better. 7 everyday players with an OBP of .372 or better and 7 with SLG over .400. Their pitching looks at least as good as ours too. Kudos Jack, looks like your are the favorite going in.
    Yeah, the Kumquats definitely seem to be the favorites this season. Although just like I showed last year, when the Buppers were the heavy favorites in the NL, all it takes is having the 2nd best team (or tied for the 2nd best team) and edging them out in the playoffs.

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    BTW, this thread's gotten kind of confusing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmadachik View Post
    This would be because while I was fixing the problem, rather than create a combined player profile I edited one of the team specific files and deleted the other. Unfortunately I negleted to change the status of the file from 'traded' to 'cumulative'. so the database still recognizes them as being team specific.
    Well, I guess that explains that. I have to give you credit though Rich for admitting your mistake. A lot of guys would have just blamed it on "whatever guy made that stupid data base!". And no one buy you would have been any the wiser.

    BTW, this thread's gotten kind of confusing...
    Yeah, it has gotten a bit off track. No big deal.

    BTW, I'll get a first preliminary bid list up sometime this evening. Not a whole lot of activity that I see so far though.
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    Clarence Currie - 250K, Express
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    Tom McCreery - 250K, Express
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    P2P Free Agent Bids Preliminary Round

    These are the bids as I have them through Post #87 . Please advise me of any errors.

    Ed Abbaticchio 250K, Express

    Bill Bartley 250K, Pioneers

    Kitty Bransfield 250K, Express

    Pat Carney 3.25M, Express

    Clarence Currie 250K, Express

    John Dobbs 10M, Angels

    Jim Fairbank 250K, Express

    Patsy Flaherty 10M, Spiders

    Tim Flood 500K, Inmates

    Bill H. Hallman 250K, Express

    Bill W. Hallman 250K, Express

    Tim Jordan 1M, Pioneers

    Mike Kahoe 250K, Express

    Malachi Kittridge 250K, Express

    Jack McCarthy 7.5M, Angels

    Tom McCreery 250K, Express

    Jack McFetridge 250K, Express

    Ed Poole 1M, Inmates

    Jack Slattery 250K, Express

    George Van Haltren 250K, Express

    Chief Zimmer 500K, Inmates
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    Gus Dorner - 250k, Sharks
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    Lefty Davis - $250k, Sharks
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    Dick Harley - $250k, Sharks
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    Billy Clingman - $250k, Sharks
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    Lee DeMontreville - $250k, Sharks
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    Mike Kahoe - $500k, Sharks
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    John McGraw - $250k, Sharks
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    Art Nichols - $250k, Sharks
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    Jack O'Connor - $250k, Sharks
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